Redmond, Wash. (PRWEB) May 19, 2010
ABODA Corporate Housing has finalized a five-year agreement with Microsoft as its exclusive provider of temporary corporate housing in the Puget Sound, Chief Operating Officer Dave Caple announced today. The deal further secures ABODA's position as a leading interim housing supplier in the Northwest and across the nation. ABODA has been Microsoft's primary corporate housing supplier in the region since 1988.
"This contract renewal secures a 27-year partnership with Microsoft. We believe ABODA's nimble, service-orientated approach was a big factor in the renewal" Caple said.
Extended stay and corporate housing are the fastest growing segments of the lodging industry today. Growing organizations have to explore nationally, even globally, to successfully recruit top-notch staff. Effectively relocating families and providing comfortable, quality interim housing for traveling executives are among the most perplexing challenges companies face.
More about ABODA:
ABODA has been providing housing solutions and services to leading Fortune 500 companies and professional sports teams since 1988. ABODA Corporate Housing provides All the Comforts of Home® by offering thousands of unique housing options that blend the comforts of living in a home with the amenities clients need to make their stays comfortable, productive, and rewarding. ABODA Cleaning Services provides quality carpet, upholstery and housekeeping services as well as home settling-in services. ABODA Furnishings provides furniture rental or purchase of new and gently used home interiors. And finally, ABODA Property Management helps clients manage and lease their homes. An award-winning, employee-owned ESOP corporation, ABODA was named among the fastest growing private companies in the Puget Sound region by the Puget Sound Business Journal. The company is a recognized leader in employee satisfaction, customer service, and community involvement and was awarded a prestigious place on Washington CEO magazine's "Best Companies to Work For" list. Visit http://www.aboda.com to learn more.
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